Constructive detail of a hidden gutter. Consists of three components: the VMZinc zinc tray; the high density polyethylene membrane Delta VMZinc and the fixing anchors.

Constructive detail of a hidden gutter. Consists of three components: the VMZinc zinc tray; the high density polyethylene membrane Delta VMZinc and the fixing anchors.

Membrane roof of the Architectural Association in London | EmTech (M. Hensel, A. Menges, M. Weinstock) | DesignDaily

Membrane roof of the Architectural Association in London | EmTech (M. Hensel, A. Menges, M. Weinstock) | DesignDaily

Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

Community center, Unterföhring – pneumatic ETFE roof - {{page::rootPageTitle}} - Temme Obermeier | Experts for Membrane Building

Community center, Unterföhring – pneumatic ETFE roof - {{page::rootPageTitle}} - Temme Obermeier | Experts for Membrane Building

How it Works Typically, the cross section of a green roof begins (starting from the bottom) with a waterproof membrane (the Impermeable Liner) to protect the building from leaks, followed by a root barrier and an insulation layer. Some designs may incorporate the insulation layer as part of the protective layer. The option also exists for the insulation layer to be placed above the protective layer instead of below.

How it Works Typically, the cross section of a green roof begins (starting from the bottom) with a waterproof membrane (the Impermeable Liner) to protect the building from leaks, followed by a root barrier and an insulation layer. Some designs may incorporate the insulation layer as part of the protective layer. The option also exists for the insulation layer to be placed above the protective layer instead of below.

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